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Poster: Seto-Kaiba_Is_Stupid Date: Aug 8, 2009 7:31pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Just a quick note

I'd prefer to upload in MPEG2, but I live in a country with one of the slowest internet services in the developed world.

Also, did anyone enjoy "The Barking Dog" Ozzie & Harriet episode I uploaded?

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Poster: Meatpies Date: Aug 9, 2009 9:42am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Just a quick note

Matt,

I'm sure the ozzie eps are great... they just were never a favorite of mine, so I haven't watched them. Please don't take offense. They just kinda get on my nerves. I'm like that with some genres of TV. I love variety shows, dramas, live television, commercials... etc. But family-oriented comedy doesn't do it for me. I have a very bad view of "family" and always have, so that's probably why.

Anyway, there's a brief explanation why I probably won't watch Ozzie and Harriet, or the Andy Griffith show. Not my cup of tea.

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Poster: quigs Date: Aug 9, 2009 6:59am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Just a quick note

nope,didn't see it. I did watch "The Manly Arts" which comforably silly and pleasant. Thanks for the uploads, Matt.

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Poster: HaarFager872 Date: Aug 8, 2009 9:07pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Just a quick note

I'll probably be getting that Ozzie and Harriet episode eventually, it's just that I've been on an uploading jag and haven't had a chance to download anything lately. I did get the Ozzie and Harriet Christmas episode sponsored by Kodak, so if you uploaded it, thanks!

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Poster: cosmicolada Date: Aug 9, 2009 10:58am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Just a quick note

Those old Kodak ads are great. Especially love the ones with ads for 8mm movie cameras.

I've already got that big 100-episode Ozzie & Harriet box set so I haven't needed to download any myself.

I know what you mean about the size of MPEG2 files, I just find them the only files I can work with easily when I want to burn a disc. Otherwise, I just watch in my browser. But if I want something permanent, I look for an MPEG2. They're worth the download time it takes on my own subpar "budget" broadband connection.